Review: Fitting new housing around historic buildings and a railway line

Plans to redevelop a former waste and recycling depot in London fit housing around existing historic buildings, but a railway line crossing the site may cause problems for residents, says Jeremy Estop.

by Jeremy Estop
The new housing would be close up against the railway (PIC Pollard Thomas Edwards)
The new housing would be close up against the railway (PIC Pollard Thomas Edwards)

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